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I'm finding that people's responses to the idea of hiring a coach are pretty 'end of the spectrum' rather than 'middle ground' these days.
I'm noticing that the people I run into are either:
'Oh absolutely - I'd never be without that kind of support. You think I'd take a risk on not having any of my dreams pan out? Are you HIGH?!'
'Pay someone to help me live my dreams? Why would I do that? The only person that can change my life is ME.'
I'm gunna jam out on the second one for a bit. I whole-heartedly believe that the only person who can physically enact the change is you. But it's a bit hard to do that if you don't know what the root cause of the problem is (because it's buried in your subconscious) and you don't know what to do, practically speaking (because you've never made a change of this size before) and you don't have the resources and support to hand (because you haven't hired a coach, yet).
When I ask people what they want, the vast majority start with 'I don't know.'
A bit of prodding gets them as far as 'but it's not realistic' or 'but I can't do it yet' or 'but I need more money.'
If any of those were objectively true, no-one would be out there changing the world right now. But they are.
If money was the decider, only rich people would be making a difference. But they're not.
If screeds of qualifications were necessary to get started, every successful person would have them. But they don't.
If everyone had to wait until their kids were grown and gone to get started on a project, there would be no parent entrepreneurs. But there are tons.
If we could all only do 'realistic' things, we'd never do anything new. But we do. Every day someone breaks a record or invents something else or creates a new service.
Every. Single. Day. People are doing things you're saying can't be done.
Now, I know the voice in your head is very insistent and seems to be making a lot of sense. But the voice in your head isn't you. And it's not interested in helping you live your dreams. The ego exists to keep you in situations that you know how to navigate to increase your chances of survival.
But it's 2019. No big animals are coming to eat you while you sleep. Change isn't the threat anymore.
And I'm pretty sure mere survival isn't your goal for this life.
So why listen to a voice that isn't interested in you living your dreams, when you could be listening to me, instead.. 😉
And given how well the ego has worked as a business mentor up until now.. 🙄 you think perhaps it might be time to try someone new?
Your best thinking got you this far. If where you are now isn't where you want to be,
💥then that thinking isn't working...💥
Try some new ideas. Be open to some new strategies. Consider some new perspectives. Take up some new offers.
Live the life of your dreams, not just the one you've settled for. ♥️
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May clients always ask me what I eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner so today I'm going to share a 7 day meal plan based on exact foods I eat throughout the week. 



Want to eat like me for a week? Give it a try and let me know how you feel. 



A few things I need to mention before I get to the meal plan:  


1. The pictures you see below are actual pictures of my plate, where the portions are for my body weight, height and gender, and for my goal which is maintenance. 


2. Vast majority of fat in my meals comes from fat already present in the foods I eat (whole milk dairy, whole eggs, chicken, salmon, beef, guacamole, nuts, etc.). When I cook my eggs I use a dry pan, all of my veggies are steamed, meat/fish grilled or baked with no added fat. Keep that in mind while preparing the meals. 


3. I don't snack, but I do have a glass of wine or two at night with chocolate which accounts for about 300-400 calories on top of the meals below. 


4. You may see a lot of broccoli, cauliflower and peas - these are basically the only 3 vegetables my husband will eat, so most dinners include one of those. I predominantly use frozen veggies and when I steam them, I steam enough that I have leftovers for next day's lunch. 



Day 1



Breakfast: Protein & greens smoothie: 1 scoop (or equivalent of 20-30 g) of low sugar protein powder or 1 (8 oz) serving of greek yogurt, 1 cup berries (fresh or frozen) of your choice, 1 scoop of powdered peanut butter (1 ingredient), 2 cups fresh spinach, 1 tsp cinnamon, 8-12 oz of water or nut milk)


Lunch: Chicken, sausage, collard greens, butternut squash and white bean soup >>> recipe here


Dinner: Grilled salmon (6oz)  with steamed broccoli (2 cups), lemon squeeze and roasted butternut squash (1/2 cup) 





Day 2



Breakfast: chia seed pudding with 1/2 cup blackberries >> recipe here

Lunch: rotisserie chicken (4 oz) with 2 cups of cubed zucchini and 2 TBS TJ's coconut aminos (sautéed together on low heat under cover) 


Dinner: 4 wild caught shrimp, 3 oz wild caught cod, 1 cup green peas, cooked together in a light broth of chicken stock and 2 TBS marinara sauce 





Day 3



Breakfast: 2 pieces of Light Rye Wasa Crisp Bread, 1 TBS guacamole, 1 cup tightly packed arugula, 1 slice of Prosciutto (nitrate-free), 2 sunny side up eggs, sprinkle of TJ's everyday but the bagel seasoning 


Lunch: 1 medium zucchini sliced in sandwich like pieces, 1 can of wild caught salmon mixed with 2 TBS mango salsa and 2 TBS of medium salsa (no added sugar), 1 single serve packet of guacamole 


Dinner: 2 oz rotisserie chicken, 2 oz TJ's organic yellow lentil and brown rice spaghetti, 1/2 cup marinara sauce, 2 cups steamed broccoli, 2 tbs parmesan cheese sprinkled on top 




Day 4


Breakfast: 2 slices Ezekiel bread (toasted), 1 cup cottage cheese, 3 strawberries sliced, 1/4 banana sliced, cinnamon



Lunch: 2 sunny side up eggs, 2 cups steamed cauliflower, 8 cherry tomatoes, salt & pepper 


Dinner: mixed dark greens salad (3 cups), 2 sliced strawberries, 10 blueberries, 10 mandarin oranges pieces, slivered almonds (1TBS), goats cheese (1TBS), 4-6 oz blackened salmon, homemade blueberry dressing (1 tsp EVOO, 15 blueberries smashed, 2 tsp ACV)




DAY 5 



Breakfast: 3 ingredient banana pancake (baked in 1 dish using parchment paper instead of oil >> recipe here) with 6 oz cottage cheese or greek yogurt, cinnamon, and 2 TBS pumpkin seeds


Lunch: 4 oz cajun spices chicken breast, 1/2 cup mixed wild sprouted rice, 1/2 cup green peas, 3 TBS kimchi 


Dinner: 2 oz TJ's organic yellow lentil and brown rice spaghetti, 2 cups steamed broccoli, 3 slices Prosciutto sautéed with 2 cups sliced mushrooms, 2 TBS parmesan cheese 




Day 6


Breakfast: 1 cup cottage cheese, 1 cup grapes, 2 TBS pumpkin seeds, 1 tsp cinnamon 


Lunch: 2 links of organic chicken sausage, 1/3 of bag of TJ's frozen cauliflower fried rice, 2 cups of fresh spinach (sautéed everything together starting on low heat under cover)


Dinner: 2 cups zucchini noodles, 1/4 cup sun dried tomatoes, 2 slices Prosciutto, 2 oz Manchego cheese chunks, 1 cup fresh spinach (sautéed everything together starting on low heat under cover) 




Day 7




Breakfast: 2 pieces roasted sweet potato toasts, 1 single pack guacamole, 1 cup tightly packed fresh spinach, 2 sunny side up eggs, sprinkled with TJ's everyday but the bagel seasoning 


Lunch: 4 oz homemade meatloaf (recipe here), 1 cup steamed broccoli, 3 heaping TBS kimchi, 3 heaping TBS sauerkraut 


Dinner: 5 oz grass fed beef burger, 1 brioche bun, 2 cups steamed broccoli, 1 oz aged cheese like gouda or cheddar 




This meal plan can be modified to be gluten or grain free, as well as vegetarian. Let me know what you think once you try it! 


If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send me an email here. 


Thank you and enjoy! 

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One of the most common things people say to me on a discovery call is 'I don't know.'
'I just don't know why I keep doing that!' 
'I don't know why I feel like this!?' 
'I don't know why it bothered me so much!'
'I don't know why I haven't done it yet!'
So I thought I'd post a freebie.. 😉
A free boot in the butt for anyone out there that needs it, but doesn't have a coach in their corner as yet.
So here it is. 
  1. You do know.
  2. Stop instructing your brain not to release the information.
You have to be very careful what you say, because you are listening. Telling yourself over and over again that you don't know, or that you're unsure, or that you're not ready, or that you can't, is all just self-hypnosis.
You repeat something enough times you'll start to believe it, which you've proven with the 'I don't know' script.
Isn't it curious that we don't generally apply this diligence and tenacity to installing new scripts like 'I could definitely do that' or 'it's safe to ask for support' or 'money is easy to come by'...?
Imagine what you could install if you used all the elevated emotion and conviction that you apply to 'I don't know', to create a belief you would actually benefit from...
And more importantly, how much damage do you think it's doing to have beliefs and models of reality running in the background that you're either unaware of (because they were programmed in childhood) or debilitated by (because they've primed your nervous system to react to and repel everything you're trying to call in - like money, opportunities or more visibility for your business)...?
Not a lot of point spending all day hustlin' n grindin' to 'put yourself out there' if you're self sabotaging all the time with procrastination, confusion and overwhelm because your system has a link between visibility and danger...
If it feels like it might be time for a software upgrade, drop me a message. 
You might be able to keep hitting 'remind me tomorrow' on your laptop updates, but people don't have infinite tomorrows...
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xo
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All systems in our body are in sync with each other.  In our ideal natural state, everything runs as it should and our health operates at an optimal level.

Unfortunately, as we grow and become a part of the outside world, many factors begin to disrupt this delicate balance, causing a variety of issues for us.  Some are of a milder nature and go virtually undetected.  Others are more extreme, and can lead to illness and disease.

One powerful method we can adopt to combat this problem is the art of attunement - learning to become intimately familiar with our body’s own unique signals.  Each person’s body speaks to them; it is simply a matter of starting to listen.  

An incredibly important area to focus on is digestion.  Many of us often eat on autopilot,
on-the-go and in stressed states.  This often leads to poor choices, eating when we are not actually hungry, ignoring our body’s demand for fuel at the appropriate time and continuing to consume foods that do not agree with us.

If we are able to become better acquainted with our signs and signals, we can begin to understand what our body needs and when.  This will assist our system in working toward a healthier balance.  

Here are three tips to get started:

  1. Notice how your body feels after each meal.  Are you satiated?  bloated or gassy?  still hungry?  All of these are clues to what your body is asking for.  Keep a journal, it will make it easier to identify what works and what does not. 

  2. Start making adjustments.  They can be small, incremental changes that allow for your body to properly adjust and your mind to develop the new, healthy habit. 

  3. Give your body a break.  Sometimes the best way to discover what your body truly needs is to go the minimalist route.  Stop eating meals just for the sake of meal time.  Instead, experiment with what it feels like to eat a few smaller meals throughout the day, implement some form of fasting or simply eliminate the foods you already know are not good for you.
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There is nothing more deadly than to be told by an old friend that you have changed! It is often said with a subtle hint of despair in their voice or with a look of outright disgust. Hearing those words spoken by a dear friend can leave you reeling, and heart broken.

But what if it is a good thing?

Change is hard enough but when YOU change who you are, well that is a totally different ballgame. Women in particular find it scary to change. They fret about losing dear friends, afraid that they will never make new ones.

We forget that at one time, our old friends were once new friends.

If you have decided to journey inward to try and find your own authencity, then emotional change will be inevitable. As you change you also grow into a new way of being. You need to take care of her and be tender and understanding. Doing this deep emotional work means you are giving yourself permission to peel back the layers of what you think you should be. The shields and capes of pretending to be what everybody else wants or needs you to be no longer serves the true you. The real you.

This process of inner change and awareness can be scary and lonely. When I was going through this process, I realized that I was shedding layers of ego that no longer served me. I was discovering a whole new person underneath it all. And I liked her. When my friends started to say that I had changed and they didn’t know who I was anymore, I was thrilled. It meant the changes were showing on the outside. I was taking what I was learning about myself and incorporating it into my life. That was a good thing. A positive step forward. As lonely as it was, I decided to celebrate it. Embrace it. Revel in it.

And then I started to meet other women who had taken the same inward spiritual journey. They shared their stories of how they travelled this path into personal awareness. What a relief to discover that my new friends understood the journey. It gave me courage to continue following through with the changes I too was experiencing.

Please know that if you too are going through these deep personal changes that you are not alone. If the journey feels difficult and intense recognize it as shedding layers of your ego that no longer serve you. As you embrace and embody this new you, there will be other amazing women friends waiting for you on the other side. They will find you.

Embrace the change. Celebrate it. Love the new you – you have waited a lifetime to meet her.


Atherton Drenth is a clairvoyant, medical intuitive and the author of Intuitive Dance. Building, Protecting & Clearing Your Energy, (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Following Body Wisdom. Atherton also appears in the documentary, Voyage to Betterment as one of 12 experts along with other internationally renowned physicians, researchers, and pioneers in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.

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As James Wedmore says, 'the transformation is in the transaction.'
The impact of hiring a coach is catalyzed and launched by the shift in energy that occurs when you finally choose to invest in yourself.
Until you decide that you are worth investing in, no-one else will invest in you.
Until you decide that you are worth support, resources and everything else you need... no-one else will provide them, and even if they try - you won't fully receive and utilize it.
Until you decide that you and your mission warrants expenditure, no-one else is going to risk their money on you...
Have you ever noticed that reading a lot of self-help books and absorbing a lot of free content doesn't seem to be translating to business growth, account growth, relationship change etc in your real, tangible life?
There are a few reasons for that:
1. No skin in the game. If there are no consequences to inaction, your survival wiring is going to prioritize inaction. Survival doesn't allow for risk taking, and ultimate (perceived) safety requires ultimate familiarity. Unfortunately that comes as a package deal with Ultimate Regret.
Downside: No changes by you = no changes for you.
2. Emotional buy-in and financial buy-in are intimately linked. Large expenses stay front-of-mind because we are trained to link money with survival. Make a big investment = pay big attention = make big changes = see big results.
Downside: The safe option often looks like the cheap option which gets commensurate results. Go big or go home, is my advice.
3. Books and free content are read / handled by the conscious mind, and that's not where the problems are. If it was simply a matter of conscious choices, you would've made different ones already.
Downside: Easier said than done. But, it's a lot easier done when you have support, illumination of psychological blindspots, strategy, accountability and a calmer nervous system to calibrate to. Ipso facto: Get a coach.
How else have you noticed that simply reading motivational quotes and absorbing public material doesn't work for you? I'd love for you to drop your experience with and without personalized support in the comments so that everyone can learn :)
Forever in your corner,
Sarah xo
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Spring and the weathering of relationships

At our office, we have a whiteboard in the kitchen where we leave each other notes and updates. Around the beginning of March, someone wrote on our communal whiteboard that Spring was just around the corner. What followed that comment over the next few weeks became quite amusing for all of us. Every day someone would add an additional comment. It developed into this entertaining ongoing dialogue that ran down the whiteboard like a script from a play that varied from hope to skepticism. As Canadians, we love to talk about the weather and take it all in stride, but I loved how everyone just intuitively got into the act. That lead me to think about relationships and what makes them work.

Clients often ask me what does it take to have a healthy, long-term relationship? How do you know when you have found the one? Like the running commentary at the Centre about the impending arrival of Spring, we all have thoughts and feelings about what a healthy relationship should be like. There are, of course, a million different opinions. Only the individual can intuit what is right for them but a few guidelines to consider when you are in the early stages of a new relationship certainly doesn’t hurt.

Personally, I think Barak Obama said it the best when he was asked, how do you know when you have found the “one”. His response was absolutely brilliant and nailed it in three simple statements. One: do they make you laugh? Two: can you talk to them about anything, any time? Three: do you see this person as being a good parent to your children?

I think it also highlights another very important consideration – can you be a team that works together and support each other dreams, goals, and aspirations. I have witnessed a lot of relationships fail over the years because of a lack of teamwork, shared goals and mutual support.

When I first met my husband, he had just started a new job that he was very proud to have secured. A couple of the job requirements was being on call 24/7 and travelling around the country. In the early days of our relationship, filled that first blush and bliss of love I said nothing. But eventually, after a few weeks, it dawned on me that we were having to do an awful lot of rescheduling because he had been called out at the last minute. I realized I needed to say something, so I spoke up.

I remember him looking at me and saying very calmly. This is the job. My job. If this isn’t going to work for you then we are done. I was shocked! Devastated! Furious! How dare he talk to me like that! I stormed out in tears and went home crying to my mother.

Arriving home sobbing, my mother waited until I had calmed down and after I shared what had happened she asked me what did I expect? I didn’t know. I wanted him to be around all the time, I guessed. She very wisely said well if that is what you need and expect then you are lucky he is being so clear, and you need to decide what is right for you otherwise this relationship is founded on false expectations that will only poison your love.

God, how I hated the clarity of that statement from her. But she was right.

The writing was on the wall. Was this the right relationship for me or not? My mom talked to me about how, in her opinion, a relationship was like a business where you go to work together every day. You could either get along and help each other out or you could always be picking at each other and be in a constant state of irritation which only results in conflict and unhappiness.

It forced me to really think about what I wanted in a partner. What I needed, expected and hoped for in my life.

On our very first date even though we came from completely different backgrounds we could talk about anything and everything. And we talked all night long, about everything! We laughed at all the same things and if we found ourselves disagreeing about a subject it was heard and honoured with respect. I thought about all of those things and I could see how we could be a team. Our conversations and the qualities that he displayed over the following weeks helped me to see what a good father he could be. As I thought about his job and our relationship long term I could see it would give me what I needed more than anything else. To be independent. My mother called that “building and creating a solid foundation”. I went back.

Over the next few months, we talked frankly about our future and started to see how we could make things work. It wasn’t forced or manipulated. It was supportive, respectful. Now don’t get me wrong sometimes we could both be infuriating but we could see the humour in it. Making it work was easy because we stayed open, honest and clear and didn’t put each other down.

Now forty years later I can look back and see how we grew and managed to build up from that firm foundation. We were a team.

Like the conversation on the whiteboard at the office, everyone played along as part of the team. It was easy. It evolved and flowed naturally with humour and respect despite our different viewpoints about whether Spring was ever going to arrive or not. Life is like that when it is the right fit. Then you know you have found “the one.”


Atherton Drenth is a clairvoyant medical intuitive and the author of Intuitive Dance. Building, Protecting & Clearing Your Energy, (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Following Body Wisdom. Atherton also appears in the documentary, Voyage to Betterment as one of 12 experts along with other internationally renowned physicians, researchers, and pioneers in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.


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What if...

You could boost antioxidant enzyme efficiency by over 500%? *** 

When you replenish your body with a redox supplement, you are not only ***RECHARGING*** your cellular communication network, you are also ***RESTORING*** your natural antioxidant activity and vitality, thereby further ***PROMOTING*** your body’s ability to heal, regenerate and be whole again.

Want to know MORE about how redox molecules can help you? Reach out and join one of live webinars where you can learn and ask questions to better educate yourself on how these can help you as well as the clients/patients you're seeing. 

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If you're going to follow coaches on social media, you should expect to feel triggered, confronted and challenged.
Because we're mean? No.
Because that's exactly what we're here for.
If we don't challenge your current models of reality, you won't realize that they are just that... models. Options. Choices. Particular versions of the world.
Not all there is. Not 'the' reality. Not all there can be.
If we don't trigger you, you could go years without isolating that particular pain point for removal. Without isolating it, it can be in the driver's seat, dictating sh1tty choices and old patterns (like only dating narcissists or procrastinating on your dreams) for YEARS.
If we don't confront you, you won't become aware of the limbo state - where life isn't perfect, but it's not SO bad that you have to change things.
Many people will start climbing with support, but a few need to hit rock bottom first to get the bounce that propels them into a different consciousness. I'm not judging whichever one you wanna be, but everyone could use a wake up call from time to time.
So why this message, and why now?
Because there's a lot of phenomenal coaches posting truly revolutionary sh1t in the online space and you know what kind of responses they're getting?
Triggered ones.
Confronted ones.
Challenged ones.
Ones that assume their model of reality is 'the' model of reality.
Ones that assume that because they don't currently know how to get around a particular issue, that that particular issue can't be got around...
Ones that jump straight to defensiveness or attack, rather than taking a moment to examine within themselves why they would be feeling any resistance to that new idea.
The experience you're currently having is one available option. Our reality is a projection of us; if you want a different one, you have to confront, challenge, and likely be triggered by some assumptions that you made many years ago and have chosen to stick by since then.
So... if you're going to follow us, do it with the right intention. Do it to be triggered, do it to be confronted, do it to be challenged.
But don't do it to have a platform to air your limited assumptions about what's possible, because that doesn't hurt us, but it REALLY hurts you.
When you fight for your limitations, you get to keep them.
So whose side are you fighting on?
'Cos we're on your side.. and it's a little lonely over here, bud.
Forever in your corner,
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Homeostasis is the condition in which things appear to be stable or to maintain a relative balance. Homeostasis can feel like health, when you are not in too much pain or distress, but ask yourself this:

~ How am I really doing? 
~ How much energy do I have as compared to when I was younger? 
~ How quickly do I heal from injury or recover from physical exertion? 
~ How is my digestion? 
~ My sleep? 
~ My stamina? 
~ How is my ability to focus and concentrate? 
~ How are my joints? 
~ How is my skin? 
~ Do I have any unresolved allergies or immune issues?
~ How is my physical condition being reflected in my mood and mental outlook? 
~ Am I really as healthy as I would like to be?

When most of us take an honest health inventory it becomes apparent that there is considerable room for improvement.

What if ?REDOX is a piece of the puzzle that could make a difference in all of these ares of health?

Need more info? Reach out to learn more about Redox molecules and how they affect all systems in your body.

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When it comes to internet search engines, Google is by far the most popular choice.

Understandably, Google would like to keep it that way.

To make sure it stays on top, Google's primary objective is to provide a great user experience every time a person uses its search engine.

Which means it must deliver the best answers possible whenever someone does a query on Google Search.

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You may have noticed that in the past few years, Google has been getting better and better at finding the best results for what users are searching for in the hope they will continue to use it when looking for answers.

As bloggers, we want to ensure we are providing valuable information in the hopes our content will figure on the first page of Google results and bring visitors to our website.

In this article, I will give you 8 quick blogger SEO tips that can help your blog posts climb Google's search engine ranking positions and help you reach your audience.

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Anger Management – How To Treat
Anger is one of indications that your liver is not healthy.
Your body's ability to heal is greater than anyone has permitted you to believe.
Difficulties on anger management is easily treated by KOSA Acupuncture.
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Free Radicals are atoms in our body that are chemically unstable having an unpaired electron making them highly reactive. Typically they are unstable oxygen molecules that steal an electron from a nearby stable molecule.

This process of stealing is called “Oxidation”.

Normally, the body can handle free radicals, but if antioxidants are unavailable, or if the free-radical production becomes excessive, damage can occur. Of particular importance is that free radical damage accumulates with age.

What if you could increase the efficiency of some of our body’s most important native antioxidants inside living cells – such as glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase (SOD) — more than 500%?

Would you want to know how?

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We live and die at the cellular level. Our bodies are programmed for health; programmed to protect, repair, and replace our cells. But our bodies' ability to do that diminishes over time. We have a word for that: Aging.

The key to protecting, repairing, and replacing cells is a specialized set of molecules: Redox Signaling molecules. Your own body makes them, every minute of every day. But as we get older, our bodies get less efficient at the process. In fact, while very young children operate at nearly 100% efficiency in what scientists call “the healing response,” a 70 year-old is operating at only 10% efficiency.

That’s aging, right there. Reduction in efficiency in the healing response.

The answer? The world’s only Redox Signaling supplement - want to learn more? Send me a message - this is truly a breakthrough in science!

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By Lee Euler / May 10, 2017

by Andrew Scholberg

(This is the second of two articles reporting on the 2017 Annie Appleseed cancer conference in West Palm Beach, Florida)

Dr. Michael Schachter, M.D., of New York, was the keynote speaker at this year’s Annie Appleseed cancer conference. He’s one of America’s most outstanding cancer doctors.

Dr. Schachter expressed concern that integrative cancer doctors – those who combine alternatives with mainstream medicine – too often accept chemo and radiation as a “given” and use alternative treatments only to supplement the conventional treatments.

Dr. Schachter believes it makes more sense to use non-toxic methods first and only use conventional treatments if necessary as a last resort.

He remarked, “Might patients do even better by not doing the conventional therapy at all in some cases? That’s the question that’s not being asked! Rarely is it asked whether adding conventional treatment might interfere with the alternative treatment.”

Continued below. . .

German tycoon quits business
opens new kind of cancer center,
and stuns doctors with “impossible” cures…

As a last resort, 67 so-called “terminally ill” stage four cancer patients went to the tycoon’s new cancer center: over half of them whipped their cancer!

A baffled radiologist told the tycoon, “I don’t understand why the PET scans of your cancer patients look different.”

Perplexed doctors are scratching their heads.

How did this retired German businessman cure many of the “terminal” stage four cancer patients they’d sent home to die?

Click here to find out the full story on the tycoon’s cancer center, and how you can get the same treatment for yourself.

Avoid excessive blasts of radiation!

Dr. Schachter cautioned against PET and CT scans. He said a CT scan blasts the patient with 100 times the radiation of a single chest X-ray. Even worse is a PET scan, which nukes the patient with 500 times the radiation of a chest X-ray! Yet cancer doctors routinely order these tests, even though it’s a well-established fact that radiation is one of the causes of cancer.

What’s more, a tumor isn’t as dangerous to the patient as the cancer stem cells, which only occupy one percent of the tumor. It’s the cancer stem cells that metastasize. Dr. Schachter recommended the two plant extracts that another speaker, Sylvie Beljanski, had featured in her talk: Pao pereira, a tree native to the Amazon rain forest, and Rauwolfia vomitoria, an African plant now grown in other parts of the world. More on these later in this article.

While the cancer treatment industry claims to be making progress, Dr. Schachter pointed out that cancer death rates haven’t changed since the 1950s. He criticized conventional treatments for aiming to kill cancer cells with little concern for the bad effects on normal cells.

Indeed, what good does it do to poison the cancer if the treatment also poisons the patient? It’s common for cancer patients to die from the conventional treatments rather than from the cancer itself.

Some cancer patients are so desperate they leap at the chance to participate in a clinical trial. But Dr. Schachter frowns on clinical trials because no patient can be accepted into a clinical trial without first undergoing chemotherapy and radiation, which compromise or destroy the immune system.

In Dr. Schachter’s opinion, the clinicians are more interested in the trial than in the patient. Another disadvantage of trials is that the patients have only a 50-50 chance of getting the drug that’s being tested: half of the patients receive a placebo (a blank pill, also known as a “sugar pill”). Dr. Schachter rarely sees patients benefit from clinical trials.

Magnetic therapy: “a potential game changer”

Dr. Schachter mentioned that he’s impressed with the effect of Bemer therapy on cancer patients. The Bemer device, which is used in nearly all of the alternative cancer clinics in Germany that I’ve visited, is a mat that gives the patient optimal PEMF (pulsed electro-magnetic frequencies).

Dr. Schachter said, “The Bemer is a potential game changer. It causes an increase of about 30 percent in micro-circulation all over the body. This increases oxygen and helps get rid of the waste. Bemer therapy takes only eight minutes, twice a day. It’s easy. You lie on this mat. You feel relaxation or a slight warmth.”

One of Germany’s top doctors, Frank Daudert, M.D., told me the Bemer also boosts the immune system and increases natural killer cells by 20 to 25 percent. Many cancer patients buy a Bemer for home use. (For info about the Bemer, contact Anne Bernard, naturopath:

Has cancer research accomplished anything?

President Richard Nixon famously declared war on cancer in 1971. Since that time, the government has spent 1.6 billion dollars on cancer research in quest of a cure. What are the results of this research?

Dr. Schachter drew the audience’s attention to an article, “Cancer Undefeated,” by a distinguished physician, John C. Bailar, M.D. In that article, which appeared in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine (May 29, 1997, 336:1569-1574), Dr. Bailar expressed deep skepticism that “marvelous new treatments for cancer are just waiting to be discovered.”

He pointed out the obvious failure of cancer researchers. In response, the cancer research industry attacked Dr. Bailar mercilessly.

Even today, 20 years later, the cancer research industry appears to be an abysmal failure.

In contrast to this failure, Dr. Schachter has had considerable success using natural treatments. Because anti-inflammatories inhibit cancer stem cell growth, he recommends such substances as curcumin, black cumin seeds, cruciferous vegetables, vitamin D, boswellia, and aloe vera extract. In addition, he tests each cancer patient for iodine — and typically finds a deficiency.

Dr. Schachter has found in his practice that the patient’s body has the ability to heal itself, given the right conditions. He said cancer patients should avoid or reduce toxic substances and toxic energies and supply what the body needs: oxygen, water, food, nutrition, and sunlight.

The orthodontist who became a cancer guru

Dr. Linda Isaacs, M.D., a colleague of the late legendary Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D., told the Annie Appleseed audience the story of an orthodontist, Dr. William Donald Kelley (1925-2005).

Dr. Kelley, one of the most famous figures in alternative cancer treatment, cured his own “incurable” pancreatic cancer. He had become little more than skin and bones, except for the gigantic tumor sticking out of his abdomen. But he had young children and strong reasons to live, so he tried something radical: he went raw vegetarian.

Although this eating plan stabilized his disease, he still experienced major digestive problems. A pharmacist advised him to take pancreatic enzymes, and this remedy was a breakthrough in his course of treatment. His tumor, which had been rock hard, became soft and squishy as it shrank and disintegrated.

Dr. Isaacs pointed out that, for more than a century, patients have employed the pancreatic enzyme cure for cancer. In 1911, Dr. James Beard, who has been called the most boring person who ever lived, wrote the book The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and its Scientific Basis.

Around the same time, a more exciting scientist, Madame Marie Curie, dazzled the world with a cancer treatment that had more sizzle: radiation! The rest, as they say, is history. It’s too bad the medical world ignored Dr. Beard and embraced radiation as a standard cancer treatment. Ironically, Madame Curie died of radiation poisoning.

The orthodontist’s cancer cure

Following Dr. Kelley’s pancreatic enzyme cure, patients started to come to him not to have their teeth straightened out but to have their cancer straightened out. He wrote a self-help book entitled One Answer to Cancer, which caused consternation in the medical community.

One of the people who sought help from Dr. Kelley for his “incurable” cancer was movie star Steve McQueen, who had gone through chemo and radiation without success. McQueen had one of the nastiest cancers, mesothelioma, but was actually reversing it with natural medicine and might well have survived. He died on the operating table during an elective procedure.

Around 1983, Dr. Kelley met Dr. Gonzalez, who embraced his methods and achieved extraordinary success for patients suffering from tough, deadly cancers.

In 1993 Dr. Gonzalez presented 25 cases of enzyme-based cancer therapy to the National Cancer Institute and insisted that they consider his powerful, incontrovertible evidence. The one-year survival rate for Dr. Gonzalez’s terminal patients was 81 percent compared to 25 percent for patients who underwent conventional treatment. The two-year survival rate was 45 percent for Dr. Gonzalez’s enzyme therapy patients compared to 10 percent for patients in conventional treatment.

The cancer establishment pulled out all the stops to discredit Dr. Kelley and Dr. Gonzalez, but these two doctors produced impressive evidence that enzyme therapy beats conventional cancer treatment hands down.

Dr. Isaacs finished her talk by telling stories of remarkable cancer recoveries.

  • In December of 2000 a lady’s PET scan showed a pancreatic mass, which a biopsy later found to be a deadly cancer. She refused surgery and was declined for a clinical trial because she was eligible for surgery. She started the enzyme protocol in April of 2001 and took no chemo or radiation. As of December, 2016 she was alive and well.
  • In August of 2008 a woman had a football-sized mass in her back and two large tumors in her thorax. She was treated with aggressive chemo, without success. Doctors told her she was terminal. In February of 2009 she began enzyme therapy with Dr. Gonzalez. By the following March she was clear, and she’s still alive and well.
  • In October of 1995 a man with non-Hodgkin lymphoma refused all conventional treatment and started the enzyme protocol instead. A CT scan in May of 2001 showed complete regression. As of September, 2016 he was alive and well at the age of 60 and was building a retaining wall in his backyard.

One wonders how the cancer treatment industry can continue to ignore the powerful evidence that natural medicine beats chemo and radiation hands down.

Cancer survivors tell their personal stories

One of the most popular features of the Annie Appleseed conference is the Patient Panel, in which cancer patients describe their own experiences. One of the speakers this year was Annie Brandt, the author of The Healing Platform: Build Your Own Cure! She’s a 15-year survivor of end-stage metastatic breast cancer, and her story is amazing.

In 1992 Annie Brandt was a computer executive working 80 hours a week. She burned herself out and was diagnosed with immune dysfunction syndrome. Her response? “OK, where’s my pill?” She had assumed the doctor would write a prescription for a medication that would solve the problem.

But she found that her co-pay of $600 a month in pills was a waste. The pills weren’t working. She was in bed 21 hours a day, when she realized that the doctors couldn’t fix her but that she might be able to do something to fix herself.

Applying the principles of mind-body medicine gave her significant improvement, but one day she fell down vomiting and dizzy. She was diagnosed with M.S. and I.B.S. Doctors told her she would be in a wheelchair within six months and dead in a couple of years.

Annie was planning suicide when she heard a voice telling her, “Don’t worry. I’m not going to let anything bad happen to you.” She knew it was no human voice but could only have been the voice of God.

A double mastectomy? Not so fast!

She continued to struggle, and in 2001 she fell victim to another health setback — breast cancer. The doctor told her, “We’ve booked you for a double mastectomy on Tuesday, after which you’ll have chemo and radiation. Have a good weekend!”

She threw a gigantic pity party, as she described it, and was once again at the point of despair. Again, she heard the voice, “Don’t worry. I’m not going to let anything bad happen to you.”

That voice gave her the courage to get busy with research. When she found that chemo weakens the immune system, distorts the DNA of healthy cells, and promotes metastasis, she thought to herself, “Why would I want to do that?! If I’m going to die, I want to go with as much dignity and quality and grace as possible, and I want to go with the ‘girls.'”

She promptly cancelled the double mastectomy, even though the doctors tried to scare her by telling her she only had “three to six months to live.”

Annie beat her cancer by changing her attitude, getting rid of her “stinkin’ thinkin’,” praying, managing stress, and eating healthy food. She has found that there’s not just one anti-cancer eating plan but several, and she likes to “switch things around so that cancer doesn’t see me coming.”

“Let’s cut out your colon”

The other panelist was Chris Pedersen, who was referred for genetic testing in September of 2008 because a lot of polyps were found during her colonoscopy. A doctor told her, “You have a defective gene, which will give you a 99 percent chance of getting colon cancer, so let’s cut out your colon.” She thought, “What? Say that again. No. That’s barbaric!”

She had more colonoscopies, which found 15 more polyps; all of them were virulent. Her husband brought home some thick books, one of which was about nature’s cancer-fighting cures. She devoured the book and radically changed her lifestyle, especially her eating plan. She disengaged from sugar, to which she’d become addicted, and upped her intake of vegetables.

One year after starting her nutritional program she had a clean colonoscopy! Following this remarkable result, the doctor took her aside and said, “You know, you wouldn’t have to be going through this if you had your colon removed.” She looked at him as if he had two heads and thought to herself, “WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH YOU!!! DON’T YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT I DID?” Apparently, he had no interest in how she’d achieved her health turnaround.

Chris is convinced that you can heal the body by nourishing it. She mentioned some of the nutritional supplements she found to be effective: laetrile, digestive enzymes, lysine, turmeric in a capsule, vitamin C, Vitæ Elixxir herbal extract, and beta glucan.

Medicinal mushrooms are rich
in immune-boosting beta glucan

Dr. Mark Kaylor, Ph.D., spoke about the health benefits of medicinal mushrooms. One fact about these mushrooms is that they contain immune-boosting beta glucan. In fact, Dr. Kaylor gave everyone in the audience a bottle of meshima mushroom extract because of its powerful immune-boosting and anti-tumor action.

This mushroom extract activates the immune system’s macrophages, which are like “PacMan,” gobbling up the bad things the body needs to get rid of. The mushroom also suppresses angiogenesis, the formation of a blood supply to the tumor. Without a blood supply, the tumor starves to death and disintegrates.

Another powerful anti-cancer mushroom is the maitake, which is not only edible but also delicious. Maitake contains a unique beta glucan that’s especially beneficial for breast cancer patients. For patients who choose to undergo chemo, maitake helps lessen the side effects. It also lowers blood sugar and helps improve insulin sensitivity.

Most cancer patients are overstressed, which weakens the immune system. Dr. Kaylor called the reishi mushroom “a champion at lowering stress.” Reishi boasts many health benefits. It helps improve sleep quality, strengthens the internal organs, improves memory, lowers blood pressure, and balances the nervous system. It’s also anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-viral, and anti-tumor.

Dr. Kaylor asserted that reishi is also “safe for kids. There’s no need for ADHD drugs.” He called it “the tonic for the 21st century” and believes just about everyone should take it.

Cordyceps is another mushroom Dr. Kaylor strongly believes in. Because of its circulatory benefits, he declared, “Everybody over 50 should be on it.”

For those who are interested in taking high quality medicinal mushroom extracts, some of the top brands are Mushroom Wisdom, Fungi Perfecti, and Mushroom Science.

Conventional doctors ignore cancer stem cells!

Sylvie Beljanski, the daughter of the late French-Serbian molecular biologist Mirko Beljanski, gave a talk about plant extracts that kill stem cells. Her late father worked for 40 years at the Pasteur Institute in Paris researching natural cancer remedies. He discovered two plants in particular that kill cancer with remarkable effectiveness.

These plants — Pao pereira and Rauwolfia vomitoria — even kill cancer stem cells, the culprit in cancer metastasis. Cancer stem cells hide from scans: only one percent of cancer cells are cancer stem cells.

Conventional cancer doctors ignore the stem cells, focus on the other cells (the tumor mass), and give their patients a false sense of security when, after surgery and chemo, they declare, “We got it all.” No, they didn’t “get it all.”

Chemotherapy is generally ineffective against cancer stem cells. This is the main reason why cancer so often returns after patients appear to be cancer free. And that’s why Mirko Beljanski’s ground-breaking discoveries are so important. Today, Dr. Beljanski’s daughter Sylvie is the Vice President of the Beljanski Foundation, which is dedicated to promoting his discoveries.

An eating plan for gut health

One of Mexico’s finest cancer doctors, Dr. Rodrigo Rodriguez of Tijuana, gave a talk on how to improve your gut health through a good eating plan. He pointed out that there are an astounding 300 billion cells in the intestinal flora (friendly digestive microbes) and that these cells perform “a ton of functions that are fundamental to our life.” When gut health is out of balance, people become inflamed, sick, weak, and tired.

Dr. Rodriguez suggested that people eat one more vegetable a day and devote one meal — lunch — to intestinal health. For lunch, he recommended a rich salad with such ingredients as legumes, radishes, and sweet potatoes.

Incidentally, Dr. Rodriguez’s hospital, International BioCare, is one of the finest cancer hospitals in the world. It’s quite popular with the Amish, who prefer natural medicine to high tech conventional treatments.



Best regards,


Lee Euler,

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